Master of the Beasts
This is from a bronze belt hook, from Holzelsau, Austria, early 4th century BCE. It is a style of belt hook made and worn by Celts living in just south of the Alps and across into France. Archaeologists believe that the creatures are s-shaped dragons. These beasts are traditionally found in pairs, appearing in Celtic and Germanic art and metalwork.
The colour in the eyes go from dark to light, available in blue, green or amber/yellow.